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Written by  So Hyun-kyung
Original language(s)  Korean
Final episode date  26 September 2013
Genres  Action Film, Thriller

4.7/5 DramaFever

Country of origin  South Korea
First episode date  7 August 2013
Number of episodes  16
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Directed by  Son Hyung-seokChoi Jung-kyu
Starring  Lee Joon-giKim So-yeonRyu Soo-youngPark Ha-sun
Composer(s)  Oh Seok-joonJeon Jong-hyeok
Nominations  PaekSang Arts Award for Most Popular Male in Television
Cast  Lee Joon‑gi, Park Ha‑sun, Kim So‑yeon, Ryu Soo‑young, Song Jae‑rim

Similar  Arang and the Magistrate, Scholar Who Walks the Night, Time Between Dog and Wolf

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Two Weeks (Hangul: 투윅스; RRTuwikseu) is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Lee Joon-gi, Kim So-yeon, Ryu Soo-young, Park Ha-sun, Kim Hye-ok, Jo Min-ki and Lee Chae-mi. It aired on MBC from August 7 to September 26, 2013 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.

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Plot

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Jang Tae-san is a small-time gangster who has learned to survive with his fist and wits. He meets and falls in love with a college student, Seo In-hye, who sees a good heart and wounded soul underneath his tough exterior. When In-hye gets pregnant, Tae-san prepares to leave the gangster organization to start a life with her. But he is blackmailed by the gang boss, Moon Il-seok, who wants Tae-san to be his fall guy for an assault charge and go to prison in his place; Il-seok threatens to kill In-hye if Tae-san refuses. So Tae-san tells In-hye to get an abortion and cruelly breaks up with her, then goes off to prison for several years.

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Eight years later, Tae-san is running a small pawnshop. One day, In-hye unexpectedly pays him a visit and tells him that she cut ties with her disapproving family and had the baby after all. But her daughter Soo-jin has been diagnosed with leukemia and needs a bone marrow transplant. Since she isn't a match, that leaves Tae-san. Reeling from the discovery that he's a father and wanting to do something good for once in his meaningless life, Tae-san agrees to the undergo the surgery, which is scheduled to take place in two weeks. But he becomes embroiled in political intrigue when Il-seok conspires with a corrupt politician Jo Seo-hee to frame Tae-san for the murder of an undercover agent, who had infiltrated the gang under the orders of prosecutor Park Jae-kyung. Tae-san is arrested by detective Im Seung-woo, who happens to be In-hye's current fiance. While being transported, the police car he's in gets into an accident and Tae-san escapes. Now a fugitive, he is hunted by both the police and an assassin, and what ensues is two weeks of his desperate struggle to save his life and his daughter's.

Main characters

  • Lee Joon-gi - Jang Tae-san

  • Two Weeks (TV series) Two Weeks Korean Drama AsianWikiOrphaned at a young age when his father left and his mother committed suicide, Tae-san became a small-time gangster. After getting falsely accused of murder and learning that he has a daughter with leukemia, Tae-san spends the next two weeks in a life-or-death struggle to save himself and the girl.
  • Kim So-yeon - Park Jae-kyung

  • Two Weeks (TV series) Two Weeks TV series WikipediaA smart and warmhearted prosecutor who is determined to find out the truth about Jang Tae-san's murder case. She soon becomes convinced of his innocence and tries to help him.
  • Ryu Soo-young - Im Seung-woo
  • A talented detective who comes from a long line of police officers in his family. He's leading the police manhunt for the fugitive Jang Tae-san, and is In-hye's current boyfriend.
  • Park Ha-sun - Seo In-hye
  • She is the first love Tae-san can't forget, and unbeknownst to him, In-hye raised their daughter Soo-jin as a single mother for eight years. After Soo-jin's leukemia diagnosis, In-hye and Tae-san embark on a race against the clock to save their daughter's life.
  • Kim Hye-ok - Jo Seo-hee
  • A corrupt politician.
  • Jo Min-ki - Moon Il-seok
  • A businessman with seemingly legit business interests, but is deep down a cruel and heartless man who will do everything to silence Jang Tae-san, who knows his secret.
  • Lee Chae-mi - Seo Soo-jin
  • In-hye and Tae-san's eight-year-old daughter who has leukemia. She also hopes of meeting her father someday.

    Supporting characters

  • Song Jae-rim - Mr. Kim
  • A professional assassin who has served in the French Foreign Legion, who is hired by his father Il-seok to kill Tae-san before he's captured by the authorities.
  • Kim Hyo-seo - Park Ji-sook
  • Soo-jin's doctor.
  • Um Hyo-sup - Han Jung-woo
  • Chief prosecutor.
  • Yoon Hee-seok - Do Sang-hoon
  • A prosecutor. He is Jae-kyung's senior colleague, and a Daddy-Long-Legs figure to her.
  • Yeo Ui-joo - Kim Min-soo
  • Jung In-gi - Yang Taek-nam
  • Baek Seung-hoon - Kim Sang-ho
  • Ahn Yong-joon - Jin Il-do
  • Rookie cop.
  • Im Se-mi - Oh Mi-sook
  • A bar girl who was working undercover for Jae-kyung. She is murdered by Il-seok, and Tae-san is framed for her death.
  • Park Joo-hyung - Im Hyung-jin
  • Kim Bup-rae - Hwang Dae-joon
  • Kim Young-choon - Jang Seok-doo
  • Chun Ho-jin - Han Chi-gook
  • Ahn Se-ha - Go Man-seok
  • Tae-san's best friend.
  • Bae Je-ki - Jo Dae-ryong
  • Park Ha-na - Jang Young-ja
  • Kang Ha-neul - Kim Sung-joon
  • Seo-hee's son that Jae-kyung flew to Chicago in search of.
  • Hyun Nam - So-young
  • Nam Kyung-eup - Im Ki-ho
  • Ahn Daniel - Student
  • Greena Park - Woman in labor
  • Go In-beom - Jae-kyung's father
  • Seo Yi-sook - Deaf woman
  • Chae Bin - Deaf woman's daughter
  • International broadcast

    It began airing in Japan on cable channel KNTV on December 27, 2013.

    It began airing in Thailand on digital television MONO29 on 2015.

    References

    Two Weeks (TV series) Wikipedia


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